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    This article is about a marine mammal. For other uses‚ see Whale (disambiguation). Page semi-protected Whale Temporal range: 50–0Ma PreЄ Є O S D C P T J K Pg N Eocene – Recent North Atlantic right whales‚ mother and calf Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Subclass: Eutheria Order: Cetacea Whale (origin Old English hwæl from Proto-Germanic *hwalaz) is the common name for various

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    The film director of Frankenstein‚ James Whale‚ is remembered for his famous horror films‚ one of the best being Frankenstein (1931). He was born on July 22‚ 1889 in Dudley‚ England. He could not fully meet his ambitious since he grew up in poor family with little support. Later in life he was drafted into World War one where the Germans captured him. This proved to be not that bad because he learned to stage plays there. Once he was released‚ he pursued his dreams by starting in the theatre as an

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    cows and whales. People in some countries as edible meat eat one of the things‚ both cows and whales. Another thing‚ although they are living different places like ocean and land‚ they have their own lives. It seems that cows and whales are in a same situation. But there are some differences that could be compared. First‚ many cows are slaughtered everyday. On the other hand‚ national law protects whales recently. Second‚ cows are important provisions for all over the world. However‚ whales are important

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    people think that orca whales should not be in captivity. But others think it is a good idea to have orcas in captivity so that people who can’t go out in see them in the wild can learn about them in theme parks or aquariums. In my opinion‚ I think it is a bad idea to have orca whales in captivity. For one thing the orca whales that are in captivity tend to have many problems. Also‚ many of the amusement parks like SeaWorld tell many of their employee’s lies about the whales. Last‚ the way the parks

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    Beluga Whales

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    A. Swimming. 1. In general‚ beluga whales are slow swimmers. They commonly swim about 3 to 9 kph (1.9-5.6 mph). They are‚ however‚ capable of sustaining a maximum speed of 22 kph (13.6 mph) for as long as 15 minutes (Nowak‚ 1991; Ridgway and Harrison‚ 1981). 2. Belugas can swim forward and backward (Nowak‚ 1991). 3. Beluga whales often swim at depths barely covering their bodies (Ridgway and Harrison‚ 1981). B. Diving. 1. Beluga whales typically don’t dive very deep‚ usually to

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    Whales have been swimming in the Earth’s oceans for 20 million years; their haunting songs can travel underwater for thousands of miles‚ they are the largest animals to exist on Earth yet they survive on some of the smallest organisms. A whale’s heart can weigh up to 1‚300 pounds‚ and a baby whale can drink up to 130 gallons of its mother’s milk each day (Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society‚ 2010). Currently whale hunters claim that they are killing whales for scientific purposes; however‚ whale

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    if you are a whale in the ocean. The Blue Whale is the largest animal on Earth. The Cuvier’s Beaked Whale is known to dive three kilometers below sea level for two hours‚ while the Sperm Whale is known to be able to dive two kilometers below sea level for two hours. The Bowhead Whale lives the longest‚ with a minimum of 200 years without disease or sickness‚ the Beluga Whale lives about 40-60 years‚ the Blue Whale lives about 70-90 years‚ the Fin Whale lives about 60-100‚ the Grey Whale lives about

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    Whale Watch Kaikoura Whale Watch Kaikoura The Whaleway Station‚ Whaleway Road‚ Kaikoura‚ New Zealand The Whaleway Station‚ Whaleway Road‚ Kaikoura‚ New Zealand DESTINATION Whale Watch Kaikoura is a destination because it is a place where tourists want to travel to‚ to experience something new and exciting that they may not be able to do in their origin. I was once a transit route that people just passed through but the people of Kaikoura have transformed it into one of New Zealand most famous

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    Whale Rider

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    Professor David Burrill MSC 20 11 March 2013 Whale Rider The 2002 movie Whale Rider tells a story of a young woman named Paikea growing up in patriarchal society known as the Maori tribe. Pai‚ short for Paikea‚ spends her life trying to get her grandfather to accept her. When she was born‚ her twin brother died at birth‚ leaving the grandfather’s dreams shattered. He needed a male so he can grow up to be chief. The chief will be known as the Whale Rider and he was supposed to bring the village

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    Whales in Captivty

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    Killer Whale Essay The killer whale‚ also known as an orca‚ is known to be the largest dolphin. Killer whales population is decreasing every year‚ mostly due to them being held in captivity. Whales in the wild tend to live longer and reproduce more often to healthier offspring‚ which is why we should leave them there. I can’t argue with the fact that “Zoos and aquariums provide access and a vital connection to the world of wildlife and our environment …” (Nightingale) and supposedly that they help

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